After taking a few years off, Pike comes back in the RockShox lineup as the ultimate trail fork. Now offering super wide 2.8" tyre clearance, adjustable travel and plusher performance, these forks are built to help you dominate.
The completely reimagined Pike is the fork that's ushering in a new era in suspension performance and is a completely different type of trail fork. Its design meant walking all over the current engineering doctrine along the way. Designed specifically for new-school trail riders, its new Charger 2 damper helps them to ride high in the travel where it’s the plushest. Its industry redefining asymmetric approach to chassis design delivers an unparalleled stiffness to travel to weight ratio that will have other engineers playing catch up for years.
Offering a wider range of adjustments than ever before, the Pike RCT3 features a redesigned travel curve to better match RockShox’s rear shocks. This ensures more efficient small bump sensitivity, pedalling and handling.
The introduction of the Boost™ standard has not only increased the stiffness for more precise handling, it allows a massive tyre clearance of up to 2.8” wide. This means when you come to a tricky section, rather than slowing down to pick a line, you can just roll through it! Plus, with RockShox’s Rapid Recovery™ technology onboard, the forks are ready to absorb successive hits.
If you hate having to get off when faced with a steep climb, this is the fork for you. This is due to the dual position travel adjustment, which reduces the travel by 30mm to help you get over the bars more. Then, when it’s time to blast back down, simply flick a lever to get back into full travel.
RockShox was one of the first producers of bicycle suspension forks and have now become the world leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance suspension products for the bicycle industry. In 1989 RockShox Inc. was founded by Paul Turner and Steve Simons. Rock Shox launched with 10 front suspension forks and three rear shocks, with the brand names such as Boxxer, Deluxe, Indy, Jett, Judy, Mag, Quadra, Ruby and SID. RockShox’s founder Paul Turner, raced motorcycles in his teen years during the 1970s and went on to found an aftermarket engine parts company in 1977 at the age of 18. Turner then went to work for Honda Motor Company, as their factory motocross team mechanic, an opportunity which provided Turner with experience working with the top racers in the field, as well as suspension designers and other motocross industry leaders. In Febuary 2002, RockShox was acquired by industry leader SRAM who hope to take the brand onto another level.
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